O'Rourke, P. J.
November 2001
Atlantic;Nov2001, Vol. 288 Issue 4, p54
The author relates his experience on a visit to Tel Aviv, Israel during the Jewish festival of Passover. He describes the country's decrease in revenue from tourism in the last quarter of 2000 and remarks on the absence of the effects of terrorism and war. The book "The Jewish State," by Theodor Herzl is mentioned.


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